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I'm just, I don't know, bored i supposed. Since internship is ending in two days and everything's kinda winding down.
Okay i guess i did get some benefit from paying with GrabPay (Grab Rewards Points accumulate right), and a free packet of tissue from LiHO.
It's so great to have met you. - Apt for a last week of internship post.
Real taro takes a lot of time and is generally expensive (you know you usually gotta top up for the "orh-nee" yam paste dessert right?). And most of the time there's too much sugar and starch used to "dilute" the amount of yam needed.
The amount though, is closer to the poster in the glass cup than their advertisement post (left, above).
Taro amount is 1/3 of the cup instead of 2/3, but I dont blame them because:-
So yeah, true-blue LiHO Taro Series fan girl here. Kudos to the great job the LiHo team has done.
Their seasonal promo tea now though (some strawberry something and the ginger milk tea), i can't wait for the next promos to take over. =.=
You ain't gonna be seeing ugly wood study-benches at SMU SOL.
The underpass and other schools in SMU have them though.
And SMU Labs is across this entrance <3
The 2019 SMU Juris Doctor post-graduate applications are open and runs till 6 May 2019!
SEE MORE INFORMATION HERElaw.smu.edu.sg/jd/apply
A year ago I applied thinking the odds of of my getting in were about as high as buying a lottery ticket... come to think of it maybe I should try the TOTO sometime.
I wrote a blog article a little less than a year ago, but it's super long and full of rants. So you probably shouldn't read it anyway.
I remember searching frantically online for anything that would help me, and I did find one or two articles, and read over a hundred page of forum rants. To keep it short, here are tips for the 3 stages.
Hit me up if you have questions :)
But, it's not easy. And people have decided to drop out within the first few months after paying 5-figure school fees. So think about whether law is really what you want to do. They don't call it reading law for nothing.
Today we had our moot practice and the class wore black and white like it was the funeral of our social life, which technically died a year ago.
On a sad Wednesday morning, am at SMU Labs cobbling up something for Contracts Seminar later when this reminded me of something that stuck in my mind (from the last episode of Netflix's The Order).
In that episode after the "evil bad guy" Edward was vanquished and it was the supposed aftermath peace, Jack (lead) was asked to pick a side - The Order of the Blue Rose (magicians) or the Knights of St Christopher (werewolves).
He didn't want to choose, and wanted both. The Grand Magus (Vera, like, basically #1 magician in rank) then told him:
The choice you refuse to make?
It’s the one that will be made for you.
and the order wipes out like all the werewolves' memories and loots their clubhouse of all magic-related artefacts.
Make a life choice or let life decide.